What’s open and closed in Belleville this Easter Weekend?

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Believe it or not, Easter weekend is almost here. Friday, March 29 is Good Friday, and Sunday, March 31 Easter Sunday, both of which are statutory holidays, affecting many municipal services and store hours. Many government services also take the day off on Monday, April 1. Here’s what you need to know in Belleville.

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RETAIL

  • Walmart will be closed Friday and Sunday.
  • McDowell’s Your Independent Grocer will be closed Friday and Sunday.
  • Food Basics will be closed Friday and Sunday.
  • Metro will be closed Friday and Sunday.
  • Both Giant Tiger locations at Bridge Street West and the Millennium Parkway will be closed Friday and Sunday.
  • The Quinte Mall will be closed Friday and Sunday.
  • All LCBO and all Beer Store locations will be closed Friday and Sunday. Some may have altered hours on Monday.
  • Most Shoppers Drug Mart locations will be open throughout the weekend for regular hours, but some may vary. Click here to search store hours in Belleville.
  • The Dundas Square Rexall will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

MUNICIPAL AND LEISURE SERVICES

  • City Hall – Closed March 29 to April 1
  • Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – There will be no recreational swims or programs, and the customer service desk is closed March 29 and April 1. A special schedule will run March 30 and 31. For more information and to register, visit QSWC.ca.
  • Transit – Regular transit and mobility transit will NOT run on March 29.
  • Leaf & Yard Waste Depot – Closed March 29 & April 1.
  • Thurlow Landfill – No change to regular public hours.
  • Glanmore National Historic Site – Closed March 29 to April 1.
  • Belleville Public Library – Closed March 29, 31 & April 1.
  • Community Archives – Closed March 29 to April 1.

There will be no changes to curbside garbage, green bin, recycling and bulky items collection.

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